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An examina- tion of these theories in the light of the lafter-day discoveries has been entered upon for this history and the results pro and con will be given from time to time as the work progresses. Abraham Warren was in Salem, Mass., 1637, and in Ipswich 1648, where he died, 1654. His children, by his first wife, were Joshua, Thomas,. He married, second, 1669, Eliza- beth Barlow-Coombs, widow of Thomas Barlow and of John Coombs. Can any one furnish me with the ancestry of Jonathan Sage. By his first wife he had three sons: John, William and Thomas, and by his second wife, Abraham and other children. Rebecca, born January 26, 1753, died February 19, 1797. Infant, not named, born October 11, 1754, died 1754. Grace Warren again, bom Febmary 15, 1756, died Febmary 27, 1831. Eliphalet, bom September 19, 1757, died December 3, 1827.

In the case of several of them, notably Richard, the Mayflower pilgrim, John of Water- town, Mass., and William of Virginia, the claim that they were descended from the famous earls of Warren and Surrey has been strongly and persistently argtied and as strongly denied. From them most of the Warrens in the United States have descended. John Warren of Boston was a tobacco- nist or cardmaker. Savage thinks that he may have been early in Exeter and married there October 21, 1650, De- borah Wilson, who died June 26, 1668. — Lois Sage, daughter of Jona- than and Hannah Sage, was born Au- gust 22, 1743, and married Nathan Wil- cox. Haviland Hillman, 13 Somers Place, Hyde Park, London, W, Eng. He was twice married, one of his wives being Eliza- beth Crow, daughter of John Crow.

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Hannah Kimball, bom Febmary 23, 1873; married, 1901, Henry Fir- man Wil Hamson, of New Jersey; living 1912, in Ambler, Pa.; one son, Henry Firman Williamson, jr., born April 1, 1902. Margaret Lang, bom January 3, 1876 ; married, 1899, Levi William Fox; liviitg in Danvers, Mass., 1912 ; one son, Warren Fox, bom Febmary 28, 1900. Hart, 26 Nathaniell Patient, 16 Henry Armstrong, 22 Ralph Golthrop, 20 Edward Thompson, 24 Wm.

That they were of English or Irish origin is certain but beyond that comparatively little is known. Following is an account of some of the Warrens who came to America in the early years of the seventeenth century. His children were Arthur, bom Novem- ber 17, 1639; Abigail, bom October 27, 1640; Jacob, bom October 26, 1642; Joseph. Digitized by Google 16 card S2iniertioi»;or.a6ini«tio M E. William Warren, of Hartford, Conn., was a freeman 1658.

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